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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctorjuice View Post

    You're going to run into a lot of inaccuracies by typing based on preferences. The Great One is a great example. I am convinced he is ENTP,
    I'm not saying otherwise. But how exactly were you convinced?

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    so are many people.
    I'm not easily convinced by ad populorum argument.

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    If we were going by the preferences we would've typed him as ENFP.
    But he said he had Fe traits, such as empathy. That makes it confusing and it's not related to ENFP anyway. So the most I can say in this case is that he's an ENTP with Fe tertiary, based simply on the type he already has listed.
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    from what you said before, not to mention other posts I've seen of yours, i'm pretty convinced you are an ENTP. also, i don't feel any empathy with you whatsoever, so from intuition i really believe you are an entp, rather than enfp. my intuition is rarely wrong.

    ps. also, its stupid but your pic is the kind of humor i'd associate with entp.
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    Yes, like you said my mind isn't as bouncy as an ENFP

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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkgraffiti View Post
    from what you said before, not to mention other posts I've seen of yours, i'm pretty convinced you are an ENTP. also, i don't feel any empathy with you whatsoever, so from intuition i really believe you are an entp, rather than enfp. my intuition is rarely wrong.

    ps. also, its stupid but your pic is the kind of humor i'd associate with entp.
    Yep, but also with a type 3, considering his statements about his abilities in the emotional realm. 3w2, I'd say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Yeah, get back to me when you see it. It's like 9 minutes long.
    Oh yeah, definitely ENTP

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    @pinkgraffiti

    That's entertaining. I have ENTP humor huh?

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    So did I do the "Ti gears grinding" look that you talked about in your videos when I go to think about something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctorjuice View Post

    You're going to run into a lot of inaccuracies by typing based on preferences. The Great One is a great example. I am convinced he is ENTP, so are many people. If we were going by the preferences we would've typed him as ENFP.

    Alright
    I think @Elfboy is an example of the opposite. Based on preferences he would test INTJ, but based on functions he is ENFP. If you first met him there is no way that you would see him as ENFP, you really have to analyze him to see he's ENTP.

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    @Doctorjuice
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I think @Elfboy is an example of the opposite. Based on preferences he would test INTJ, but based on functions he is ENFP. If you first met him there is no way that you would see him as ENFP, you really have to analyze him to see he's ENTP.
    well, I really am more ENFP-ish if you meet me in person. I'm much more NTJ-ish over the phone. I have plenty of silly side to me though
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    @Doctorjuice, I really like your videos. If i could make one comment, it would be to find your own rhythm and own style. You don't need to emulate anyone else. I say this because it's hard not to assume that you were heavily influenced by this YouTube video by InuitiveTime.com:

    ENFP versus ENTP = http://youtu.be/up0mk3YTQus

    IntuitiveTime.com even uses the same diagram of the cognitive functions that you do. (Which, by the way, he got from Team Technology's Website. See http://www.teamtechnology.co.uk/tt/t...l/mb-dynam.htm and scroll down to the bottom third of this page to see the "mental muscle" diagrams.) See the image below for a comparison of the diagrams.

    Let me repeat again that I think your videos are very good. Just don't be afraid to really make this subject matter your own.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Esoteric Wench View Post
    find your own rhythm and own style. You don't need to emulate anyone else. I say this because it's hard not to assume that you were heavily influenced by this YouTube video by InuitiveTime.com
    I understand, thank you for the support. It's unfortunate for me that you bring this up because I feel that my style is very different from IntuitiveTime.com's style, that I bring something quite unique to the table. You seem to think differently. Also, you seem to imply that I should change my style. If my assumptions are correct, then I must say I disagree with you.

    I do understand that you're trying to help me and I really appreciate that.
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    @Doctorjuice

    So did I do the "Ti gears grinding" look that you talked about in your videos when I go to think about something?
    Ha! I remember in some of the parts yes, though at the time I wasn't really thinking about it.

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